This live version of "Forever Young" is taken from The Last Waltz which was held on Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976.
Bob Dylan’s Secret Revealed
Where does he get the energy for a seventeen-year tour?
The 'Steve Jobs' Guide to Bob Dylan
"Steve Jobs" director Danny Boyle explains the Dylan song choices in his movie.
Why Bob Dylan’s
Songs Are Literature
Yesterday, Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize in Literature, and the writers I know were either horrified or overjoyed. I am in the latter group, a tremendous Dylan fan, though I came to his music not as a teenager but later in life, around the time I had my first child. But everyone who loves Dylan loves him for his or her own reasons, and enumerating those reasons seems beside the point. After all, D...
Bob Dylan's 10 Most Dazzling Literary Moments
Bob Dylan’s Top 5 Tousled-Hair Moments
On the occasion of Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize, a history of his iconic hair.
How Cannabis Influenced Bob Dylan's Musical Career
Bob Dylan is one of the most prolific and ubiquitous artists in the folk music scene. Did you know cannabis inspired much of his music and career?
9 communications lessons from Bob Dylan
Trust your gut. Boldly innovate. Rebrand. PR pros and other communicators find inspiration from America's newest Nobel laureate.
How Dylan Thomas Influenced Bob Dylan
Today would have been the 97th birthday of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. In this post, we explore how Dylan Thomas influenced the other Dylan poet, Bob Dylan.
Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue: A user’s guide
By Randy Lewis The background: When Bob Dylan toured for the first time in eight years in 1974 following his near-fatal 1966 motorcycle accident, he was backed by The Band for a triumphant tour dubbed Before the Flood that touched down in sports arenas and other large venues across the country. The
Review: Bob Dylan, doing it his way at the Mann
6 stops on Bob Dylan’s rise to the top
His first album was a flop. He was loved in the United Kingdom before the United States. As people around the world start to celebrate Bob Dylan's 75th birthday, rock historian John Covach, director of Rochester’s Institute for Popular Music, identifies six stops along the artist’s turbulent rise to the top in the 1960s.
How Robert Zimmerman Became Bob Dylan
Robert Zimmerman legally changed his name to Bob Dylan on Aug. 2, 1962 in New York City.